Our consultant will discuss the process with you and, once it has been determined that you are eligible, you will need to gather evidence to prove your competence. This can include:
- Video or photographic evidence of the different tasks performed on the job
- Providing answers to questions about your experience and skills
- Completing practical tasks to demonstrate your knowledge and skills
- A resume, workplace documents, references or a job description as supporting evidence.
The evidence you provide should confirm that you have worked in the industry for an appropriate amount of time, and that you can perform relevant tasks at an acceptable level. Interviews are usually carried out in the workplace where possible, which makes it easier to demonstrate your skills.
No, it is not complicated, and our consultants are on hand to provide you with the help and support you need in relation to:
- Understanding the process.
- Explaining the costs of the RES process.
- What is needed in terms of supporting documents?
- Help completing forms.
- Information on what you should do to apply for a certificate.
The process can be completed within a few days and depends on the type of certification required, and the amount of time it takes for you to gather all your evidence.
Some of the benefits that you get on taking Bskills Certification are listed below,
- Authorized Certification program.
- Develop skills that are valued by experts in the industry.
- Bskills Certifications opens avenue for candidates in various sectors.
- Bskills Certification provides an opportunity to get certified in areas where you are not formally educated.
- Bskills Certification enhances the chances of employment.
- CVs of all Bskills Certified candidates is shared with relevant employers for employment.
- Bskills Certified candidates are a part of the Job Centre for Life.
Certifications are available in various work skills. Candidates are advised to take the certifications that are aligned to their current vocation, jobs or studies – and build upon in their existing strength areas.
Your consultant will be available to discuss the process, or to advise you on gathering supporting documents or evidence.
Yes. However, it is important to be able to show that you have maintained and applied those skills in subsequent years.